Peter V. Kastell is taken from the cycle of reincarnation and given a purpose.
His purpose can be fulfilled in nearly any way he chooses.
His soul is damaged. And because of that, he will be disadvantaged in an unforeseen way.
Thanks to a benevolent Goddess he will gain different advantages to compensate.
Along the way, his story will be uncovered, and he will gain powers beyond what he ever thought possible.
A unique Lit-RPG series.
Is mana really all that important anyway???
Currently on hiatus until further notice.
A very special thank you to:
||Wesley R.||||Braeden R.||||Caleb W.||||Christopher J.||
||Braeden||||David J. R.||||Newguy Roy||||Fjopt||
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The whole story is everything but boring. Up till now, (CH 11) the author has created many status screens and most have a unique color. Most authors on this site don't take advantage of the status screens that RRL has on their site. It's one of the things I actually really like about this site. It has amazing potential, with only 10+ chapters released I can't wait for more.
While I wouldn't say that it's a huge groundbreaker in the litRPG genre, I found the story to be engaging and fun throughout the telling. I am quite sad that the author dropped it, but I agree that it was a good idea in the end. The stats and numbers did get confusing at times, and I look forward to the possible rewrite.
Interesting plot, but the characters and character interaction seem flat
It's a lot of Character A is mad, Character B is happy instead of genuine feels
It also annoyed me that he scans the elf girl to find out she is an elf and then the next time he scans he can't see any info cause she was wearing a ring that blocked it
did she just randomly forget to wear her ring that one time, seems forced
actually, a good amount of the book seems forced
I was really loving this story. Well written and then i get to the final chapter and the author goes on a rant ending the story.
So far it's fun , but since it's discontinued I cannot judge it , because how are you supposed to judge a whole book by it's prologue
A real pity this piece of gold isn't gonna be continued (unless I missed some info). A story totally worth reading, one of most interesting books I came across as of late.
This was one of the best reads I have had in a while. I just wish it would continue. I really enjoyed it. It had a great direction and story. The characters were great and the detail was fanominal. Wish he continued.
Checked the reviews before I read your story so I knew that it was unfinished. You are a very good writer and I hope to see you here again. Hopefully to finish this up.
Without going into too much detail, this work had a lot of potential. A complex set of LitRPG mechanics that were well explained. An OP MC who still has limits to overcome. Some set pieces on the table for future enemies. Clear world building. Decent side characters that you could empathize with or hate. Long chapters with excellent pacing and cliffhangers.
A big shame it was suddently stopped. The author just went ballistic and gave up on his project that seemed too large to him. I really think it already rivaled some of the terrible LitRPG books on Amazon, and could have been successful. Just a few more chapters would have fit a full book size. I really hope the author reconsiders.
Feels really solid as a story. Can't wait til it's picked back up. Patience will be learned.